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  2. Aye and a centre forward that turned oot to be huffy
  3. A Jambo I’m working with today just said “they were both bragging in the summer about how all their prayers were answered when they each signed a 6 foot plus centre back with big reputations that turned out to be Duff eh!!!”
  4. Is that, ”Lenny in disguise with thy words”?
  5. Managers Report Glenrothes 1 Peebles Rovers 3 We dominated the game but poor defending and a host of missed opportunities cost us again. It’s frustrating but I’m still the man for the job.
  6. Probably the worst run of results too. Was the returning key man Gary Pearson? All joking aside the co managers have been well backed this season for an assault on what is a very poor conference division. One win from six against teams who will likely all finish in the bottom half come the end of the season is a joke. Even more laughable is the managers reports. Taking it in turns to cover up their own inadequacy, claiming week in week out how they dominate games and put poor finishing down to them being unlucky. Aware the defending is rank rotten but losses are contributed to not getting the breaks. Something is clearly wrong and in my opinion it has nothing to do with fate.
  7. Kirkcaldy committee have done a grand job of redeveloping Denfield with Alex Penman’s cash but there will be no applause from me until they get shot of that pair of conniving w@nkers. My big hand this week goes to Luncarty for gubbing Lochgelly Bigots 5-1
  8. Yesterday
  9. The return to league duty saw yet another home defeat for both Kennoway 0-2 and Rosyth 1-2 against Haddington and Leith respectively. Thornton won 6-2 away to Craigroyston, and let’s give a big hand to Steptoe and son as Kirkcaldy registered their first league win at the ninth attempt 2-1 at home Dalkeith.
  10. Back to league business this week and an opportunity for most to put last weeks disappointing cup exits behind them. Where better to start for the Glens than at HOME with the return to the team of this weeks KEY man. The visitors were Peebles Rovers, who last season had very little to cheer on the road, or indeed for that matter at their Whitestone road home as they finished the season second bottom of their conference with only 8 points from a possible 60 and a goal difference of -69 pre covid. After suffering a 9-2 home mauling on the opening day of this campaign they won’t have been relishing travelling to Little Fife to face the best Glenrothes squad in 10 years. Kudos to them then for taking all 3 points against the unluckiest side in a decade as they ran out 3-1 winners.
  11. Last week
  12. ...myself and John but, no kidding but, yeah inability to defend set pieces but, no offside but, yeah undone by 4 crosses but unlucky yeah....
  13. Expect it will be something like this then Glenrothes 1 - 5 St Cadocs We competed well but for all the hard work we put in to be undone by 4 crosses was very unlucky. Oops I mean disappointing.
  14. Earlier
  15. Looking forward to the managers report this week
  16. Mixed fortunes for our clubs in the first series of matches in this straight knockout competition. No real shocks but a couple of good performances. Notably in our featured match, where Thornton Hibs who entertained 4 times junior cup winners Rutherglen Glencairn from the top WOSL at Bayview. Thomson scoring the only goal of the game, early in the first half.Been asked to give a special mention to Ryan Linton who done really well deputising for the injured Millar last half hour of the game as the MOTM was apparently awarded to McNab again. No not the one at the back sent off 5 minutes from the end but the one in the middle who had the enviable task if you get my drift. A real backs to the wall second half effort but a superb result in the end. Well done lads. Great effort too by Rosyth,who at one point looked to be pulling off the shock of the day but eventually succumbed at home to Camelon going down 5-3.Elsewhere there was an uninspiring 1-0 win for the Haws away at Glasgow University and a comfortable day for Kirkcaldy against the amateurs from Lockerbie who still managed to score 3 goals. Defeats for the rest of Fife’s contingent with Newburgh and Crossgates losing on the road to Blackburn 3-1 and Coldstream 2-0 respectively, Burntisland 4-1 at Bo’ness and Inverkeithing by 6 goals to 3 at Gartcairn. Kennoway lost 3-0 at Treaton Park to the bhoys from St Rochs. Glenrothes were beaten 5-1 at Starks Park to St Cadocs ( heard they were lucky not to concede 3 or 4 more) but the most embarrassing result for the second week running was at Langlands road where St Andrews exited the competition, (unless HRAU have fielded another ineligible player) after a 3-2 defeat.
  17. Good luck to my team away at Glasgow University today. Anything other than a convincing win and it’s us who will be looking for Sean Simpsons phone number.
  18. It’s a 200 mile round trip for Diresart YM today (joys of being cursed ) to face Amateur outfit Lochmaben from the SOSL who have conceded 15 goals from their first 5 league games. Should be a pretty even match then.
  19. It’s EOS conference B versus WOS conference B today as the Glens host St Cadocs Youth Club. First ever cup game for a new club with zero junior experience and a team hastily cobbled together only last month. Looks like the Glens luck has turned. Game has been switched to Starks Park with a 3pm kick off.
  20. Was in Perth at the weekend ( essential work travel) and took a wee sneaky peak up at Jeanfield. Very impressed with what I saw in the 40 or so minutes either side of halftime. Judging by this performance I reckon they should be up there challenging Tranent for promotion.
  21. First point of the season for Kirkcaldy away at St Andrews. The managerial merry go round in Fife will soon be in motion and Charlie King has now edged ahead of John Mitchell as the first casualty after that result.
  22. All that wallowing around in negative energy. Someone must have performed black magic and hexed the Glens. Taken the time and trouble to construct a ritual to direct harm against them again.
  23. We only tested the keeper once in the first half “Just the way our luck is going at the moment” They win a penalty “ just our luck” it ends in the back of the net Second half we miss chance after chance cannot hit the target “ but we just lacked that luck”
  24. Btw that is a full circle ya wee !!! Years of the past the invincibles was the main target of YaCant!! Now u are blowing them off 1 by 1 u wee ginger gordon Strachan looking CANT!!!! Turn coat BASSSSSSSAAAAAASSSSSSSS, Mav is twice the man u are saaaan
  25. Newbury knocked off top spot after a crushing 6-0 defeat at the hands of my tip to win this division Luncarty. Once again though all the attention was at the bigot dome, as the Glens yet to put in a good performance all season were the visitors with as expected no Carstairs in the squad. Even so this was a great opportunity missed to record a first clean sheet of the season eventually drawing 1 each against a team who put in yet another woeful performance in midweek and were hammered 5-0 by Easthouses Lily. Anyone got Sean Simpsons phone number?
  26. ...

    Level 3

    You were saying what he’s said there in July when Fife was averaging less than 1 new case a day. So please. Get over yourself.
  27. This must only count for Ammie Teams as there’s been positive tests at senior Games and the games are still continuing without teams having to isolate. Smart virus that covid can only spread on a park at grassroots level.
  28. Foss

    Level 3

    If you were that concerned, why weren't you taking precautions at games like wearing masks etc? Didn't seem to worry you being around your supporters at games etc. Just saying like, I thought you'd be at the least wearing a mask or something if you were so worried?
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